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The Birth Rites Collection launch

Location
Guy's Campus
When
25/01/2018 (18:00-20:00)
Registration URL
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/birth-rites-collection-launch-tickets-39688338890
Description
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Join us for the launch of the Birth Rites Collection in its new home at King’s College, London hosted by the Department of Midwifery, Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care. Celebrate with us the first and only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth.

The collection will be displayed in different buildings across Guy’s Campus - come and see the works across the locations and find out more about the artists.

Drinks and refreshments available in New Hunts House, along with a screening and announcement of the winner of the Birth Rites Competition for New Work 2018.

Shortlisted artists

Amy Dignam, Clarissa Borges, Seema Kohli, Alison O'Neill, W.K. Lyhne, Lauren McLaughlin, Tae Eun Ahn, Paula Chambers, Jon Purnell, Sandra Bouguerch, Jennifer Campbell, Jennifer Bishop, Janice Howard, Wai Pong Lui, Frances Megan Wynne, Sara Niroobakhsh, Clare Charnley, Stefanie Ferraz.

Register here

Event Highlights:

Why Missing Data Matter

Why Missing Data Matter

Date
28/02/2018
Description
This seminar will explore the extent and risk of bias posed by missing data in palliative care trials, the factors associated with incomplete data, and discuss recommendations for future trials.
Florence Nightingale: An icon for today?

Florence Nightingale: An icon for today?

Date
13/03/2018
Location
30 Aldwych, Bush House - Lecture Theatre 1, Strand Campus & Bush House King’s College London
Description
Florence Nightingale's contribution to nursing is legendary, but how does her legacy live on? What made her tick as a person? How did this impact her work? Discover her enduring influence and varied contributions to health and beyond.
Creating the Modern Era of Paediatric Nursing in the United States

Creating the Modern Era of Paediatric Nursing in the United States

Date
22/03/2018
Location
Greenwood Lecture Theatre, Guy's Campus
Description
In her talk, Cynthia Connolly explores the therapeutics revolution on the ground in the 1930s and 1940s as first the sulphonamides, then penicillin, became available.
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